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south coast and cape a signof the warmer air. that's the rain coming off of the cape as well as the south coast working up the south shore and into the city of boston by 5:00 a.m. on wednesday morning. there will be left over freezing drizzle in the worcester hills as well. southern new hampshire for a short time wednesday morning but thinking this is just about a fur or five hour winter event likely tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening with a light coating of ice on top of that and then even out in the worer it hills on wednesday it is rain quite a bit of rain heading our way wednesday night and thursday storm. we'll talk more about that in a few minutes. >> anchor: a local woman accused of leading a police officer on a chase is arrested after a hot pursuit in saugus. police say show was in a stolen car with a guy who was also watched by police right now. he is still on the run. steve cooper live in saugus with the story for us. steve? >> reporter: even at this hour an awful lot of mes of broken debris that's left scattered at this intersection where the wreckage has been towed away
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that suspect who got away. a vicious vicious accident. he must have hit them doing maybe about 40 . >> anchor: a violent cash in the lynn fellows parkway in saugus not long after state police terminate their pursuit of a driver who refused to stop on route 1. he said it looked like a scene out of a movie . i will say maybe one to two seconds after he passed me i'm looking in my rearview mirror at him going by me and he just slammed another car head on . >> anchor: that driver, mikhail guthrow bolted from the scene on foot after trying to commandeer this women's car. police as the arring his accomplice jacqueline murphy. she was taken to the hospital under police guard . it's crazy. absolutely crazy . >> reporter: it turns out the pair are wanted in connection with last web's cruiser crash in chelsea that injured a revere police officer after investigators say guthrow tried to stab the officer with a hypodermic needle.
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helicopter scoured the area from above with tracking dogs and heavily around police serving from the ground. a search that only intensified when angel spotted the suspect in his backyard . he didn't see me. he didn't see me at all. he just ran and i was like all right. that's maybe the guy so first thing i did was grab my bat and call 911. >> anchor: so while the search continues for that second suspect tonight we're told that murphy who was treated at the hospital will be before a judge first thing tomorrow morning. live in saugus tonight, steve cooper, 7 news. >> anchor: and off calm with us house party getting out of control. police arrested h-4-1 people at this home early sunday morning. this is right near bridgewater state campus. investigators saying people who lived there are charged with keeping a disorderly house and for providing alcohol to minors. the fire department was called in to inspect a sticker declaring home to be unis now on
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neighbors say people party there all the time. i call the cops myself before bus you never know the kids and alcohol, you know, you never know what might happen. >> anchor: the two people who represent the place are both 21, but officers say many of the people arrested are underage. a millis elementary school closed until at least wednesday because of concerns about air quality the superintendent says test results taken from two areas of collide brown element reschool during february break were concerning. a licensed safety professional and state officials will continue testing tomorrow. >> anchor: we're following more news today. the wife of comedian bill cosby facing some tough questions out in springfield. a judge demanding she answer questions about the sexual assault allegations against her husband. dan hausle live in springfield now to bring us up to date. dan? >> anchor: the plaintiff's lawyers just at thed moo that camille cosby still up there
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been a long day for her a day that started with her still try trying to answer no questions at all. up on the sixth floor conference room of this downtown springfield hotel bill does be's wife is testifying in a civil suit that 7 women filed against the one tile entertainment giant giant. camille does be's lawyers lost a last minute bid to block the deposition forcing mrs. cosby to answer questions from the lawyer for the women who filed suit against bill cosby. we're hoping to learn about issues that important to the case and involving his relation relationship with her and his relationship with other women . >> reporter: 50 women came forward, one case has led to criminal charges. the case here in springfield though is a defamation civil suit filed by 7 women who say cosby damaged their reputations by denying their acis of sexual assault. while covers between married couples are protected, camille cosby also serve as bill cosby's
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i asked her about her relation relationship with mr. cosby, her relationship to his personal interest, to his business interests and matters that are relevant to the issues in the case . >> reporter: lawyers for camille cosby argued to report reporters could intimidate mrs. cosby or cause emotional distress that would keep her from testifying eat the i. the judge disagreed and found for the women's lawyer who said camille cosby may not be willing but she is able . see doesn't want me to even ask her her name but i intend to do what i need to do for my clients . >> reporter: camille cosby slipped into this hotel without being seen no. indication bill cosby is with her. she wouldn't be anywhere near the deposition itself. no indication how much longer this is going to last but the lawyer told us this morning he does want to get this all done in one day. live in spring fee, dan hausle, 7 news. >> anchor: we're following a developing story from the campaign trail.
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candidate ted cruz asking his national spokesman to resign. that man tweeted a story that falsely depicted fellow candidate marco rubio dismissing the bible. senator rubio campaign nag nevada today and blasting cruz for the tweet and when asked whether he would fire anyone involved if it was his campaign rubio told reporters that senator cruz needs to hold staffers accountable for their tactics. and g.o.p. front-runner donald trump also comed tweeting out this. wow, ted cruz falsely suggested marco rubio new yorked the bible and was just forced to fire his communications director more dirty tricks he said. senator cruz said he had it clear that his campaign will be conducted with the highest standards and it will never question the faith of another candidate. >> anchor: continuing coverage now of the us for the white house and bernie sanders setting the agenda today here in boston. sander h held a news conference where he draw a distinction between his views and those of
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clinton won the caucus in ada over the weekend bringing in votes from union workers and african-american voters as well so now both clinton and sanders are really, really focusing on south carolina looking ahead to super tuesday next week. kimberly book hahn joins us now with more on sanders message to voters here in massachusetts. kimberly? >> reporter: well, adam, you know, bernie sanders won easily in new hampshire but since then the polls have shown that he is really trailing among minorities and has a lot of work to do. the short three letter answer is yes . that's the one word answer bernie sanders gives when asked if he is staying the president presidentdowntial race it. comes just after losing the nevada caucuses to hilary clinton. she gained four delegates on me out of 2,400 not so important. appealing to massachusetts voters who will head to the poll on super tuesday, the senator from neighboring vermont is in the bay state today campaigning . we have a real chance to win on super tuesday
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>> anchor: at the iron workers hall he wic picked up an endorse endorsement from people's politics, a national grass roots organization working for racial and economic equality . >> anchor: people's politics endorses . >> reporter: an spent time try trying to make clear his difference was clinton beginning with how his campaign raised money "they have one candidate in the last reporting period raising 150 million from wall street. we have received $4 million individual contributions . >> reporter: he also pointed out he voted against fair trade agreements, that he said took jobs out of the united states and says clinton has supported similar proposals. then left the city with more work to do . thank you all very much. >> reporter: sanders is staying in the bay state. he headed to umass amherst to the are a rally this evening with students and young voters. recording willive from south boston, kimberly bookman, 7 news. >> anchor: coming up on 7 news at 6:00 frightening day on the job for some chipolte employees in dartmouth.
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way into that restaurant and . >> anchor: coming up a little later big papi reporting to the time training camp of his career and getting plenty of love from a former rival. >> anchor: so it's almost march and that means if you haven't moving on your taxes . >> anchor: there is some important deductions you should quickly. we have details tomorrow morning on 7 news today in new england
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>> anchor: a dangerousen counter at a chipolte in dartmouth of the investigators say two masked men stormed the building and for the several employees of all places in that big cooler which you see off to the left on the scene there. police believe the suspects got away with a lot of cash too . >> anchor: right now police are just trying to track down the men. kelly o'hara live h dartmouth with the latest on that chase. what can you tell us, kelly? good evening. employees here are very shaken up because two men burst through the back door here last night. apparently they were sitting there waiting just after closing time an when someone went to go put out the crash, they walk right in with guns. it's frightening video one where you can clearly see these chip a employees getting robbed. two men with guns breaking into this dartmouth restaurant late sunday night just after closing time . two suspects were weighing outside one of the doors in the back which is generally used for
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bringing the rash out the end of the shift so what two employees brought trash out they were confront and led back in at begun point . >> anchor: when those men got inside they managed to round up all of the employees you can clearly see them walking three of those employees in the cooler. then moments later they got into a confrontation with two other people in the office . >> anchor: one of them managed to escape from chip outa while the whole thing was taking place and run across the street being make a phone call from taco bell. >> anchor: deal us are hoping these gunmen. they are glad oh no one was hurt. the outcome could have been grave thankfully nobody was injured and at day's end the only thing the company has lost day. >> anchor: detectives say luckily to one was hurt. all in all they made away with about $300 but they are hoeing that you see that video and you recognize these men and someone
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in dartmouth tonight, kelly o'hara, 7 news. >> anchor: it is 35 degrees outside right now so a little un uncontractible this time it was closer to 50's . >> anchor: i do know it will be more comfortable than where we're headed . >> anchor: temperatures trend trending down the next couple of days, little bit of snow on way toll night. the forecast is up next . >> anchor: coming up next in 7 sports, david ortiz and david price have some has tory that is not pretty. well, they made it all right today as ortiz arrived for spring training in ft. myers, florida.
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>> anchor: well, there you go, beautiful shot there of the full snow moon where is the snow though? yeah, it's barely any in the forecast for this next weather system coming at us. beautiful shot there. thank you up there in the control room. evening. the storm that's in town tomorrow evening through thursday morning is kind of broken off into two secretaries the first section tomorrow evening features a little bit of snow that essentially becomes a rain event wednesday and i think wednesday night and thursday morning it's rainy and windy. with rain between one and two informs of rain and wind thursday morning may gust around 40 to 50 miles per hour. so thursday morning's commute
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next several coming at us. no us ooh tomorrow. there will be a little bit of light snow during evening commute tomorrow but again i think roads are go to chew away at those snowflakes tomorrow evening because of the warm weather we had recently. then we'll be continuation of the light snow tomorrow night then it transitions over to some freezing drizzle early wednesday morning well inland but again boston at this point is just raindrops and everything moves out here do you remember day thursday. a warm day on thursday. right now 35 in town, jaffrey at 31, skies are clear. that's the case this evening with clouds showing new batches overnight tonight but mainly clear and chilly. 21 to 27. that 21 to 27 what cold air is all that this storm really has to work with as we get toward tomorrow evening. here is the storm center right here and it's going to pass to our west and when storms do that it's real tough to get any significant snow into southern new england. so through the day tomorrow we start with sunshine otherwise becoming cloudy with some late day flurries after 4:00 and then
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tomorrow evening so even in the city of boston down along the south shore route 3 i think to be an hour or so of some light snow tomorrow evening but nothing sticks on roads as you notice as woe work through tomorrow evening snow fades away away. we're have pockets of light snow and flurries so not much accumulating snow there. at the same time the grain on the map raindrops coming off the cape and working up the south shore and into the city of boston by wednesday morning except for some leftover cold air southern new hampshire worcester hills wednesday morning that could be a little bit of freezing drizzle so that's where we have the winter weather advisory in effect for the worcester hills very late tomorrow evening overnight tomorrow night more just a coating to an inch in these locations here but it gets washed away slowly during the day on wednesday. there it goes over near buffalo around toronto. we warm up and we get a good shot of rain in here wednesday fight and thursday morning between one and two inch of run on the way and that will also be in the follow of some wind as well.
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local those temperatures. upper 50's on thursday. >> anchor: david or advertise rolling in for his 14th and time red sox spring training like only he can. he has that swagger, signature swagger big papi showing nothing but love in a season where he is sure to get plenty in return. his farewell tour got started in the clubhouse today with a hug for a rival turn teammate. big papi and david prize getting off on the right foot joking around on a golf cart a little later for that photo shoot. it is the beginning of thed for ortiz though in his manager says he is going to enjoy the ride while it lasts. what we're fortunate to experience is david day in and day out of you see him as a
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as an elite performer in my mind he is in a hall what of fame type of playerment it's going to be a big void when he is not in our uniform any more and you can write him in the middle of the order but i can tell you david wants nothing than to go out with a year in which we win and we win in a big way and i know that's where he is driven . >> anchor: last time we saw bruins on guard they were getting doors blown off by the kings in a 9-2 loss nearly two weeks ago. now they are back in air own building hoping to find a winning formula on causeway street that is evaded them all season long. since that loss to the king the b's have made hey on a six game road trip going four and two and offering four goals her pail. trey daerr has more from the garden where there has been no such things a home ice advantage so far this year. up to the races here. browns are clinging to one of the final playoff spots in the east but after playing six games in ten days off the road,
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following a 7-3 win in dallas . >> anchor: i just made $100 right now because i knew that question was coming . >> reporter: a question even more relevant for a teal on home ice showcasing a record 14 and 3. the first question is first game at home will be a tough one and it's true. . i think we have to kind of the road . we're mentally prepared to play and to come become and have a big game we can't have any other distaxes creep in and affect the way we prepare . no matter where the prince are playing no player means more to the production right now than brad marchand . a give playing with some passion and playing on the edge sometimes and then playing hard the way he does every night anything could use that . he comes in with of dense and swagger and it feeds off in the locker room and it's porn to have a guy like that.
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usually have a guy like that . >> reporter: krug being blind sided over dahls in the time minute of the third period said he never saw the hit coming and said he is a okay and will be in the lineup against columbus. reporting live, trey daerr, 7 news. celtics finishing up a roady of their own tonight in minnesota hoping to make it two out of 3comming out of the all-star break of the celtics force 24 turnovers and a 20 point win last night over the nuggets and they take on the timberwolves tonight. a team that is just nine and 20 at home this season. timberwolves big man kevin garnett will miss his 12 straight games. he is a dealing with a knee injury so entirely possible he played his last game against the celtics. that's sports. 7 news continues after the break
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>> reporter: ahead for us tonights an uber driver is charged in six random murders new details emerge about the hours before and after the rampage. we'll tell you about the video that may provoked ted cruz to jettison his spokesman and said cdc cancerry being from laminate floor something higher than first thought. we'll see you tonight. >> anchor: "nightly news" is next but that's our time for the news at 6:00 here on 7. we appreciate you being with us as always. i'm adam williams . >> anchor: you have a great evening.
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newscast at 10:00 on cw 56 and here again for 7 news at 1 11:00 11:00. until then. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- go ldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work
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out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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breaking news. tonight an uber driver is charged with murder, and prosecutors say he admitted he's the gunman who went on a vicious rampage killing people in between picking up frightened passengers. breaking news in the race for president. a major shake-up in the ted cruz campaign. a top aide fired. tonight is donald trump unstoppable? cosby's wife forced to testify as her husband's accusers take him to court. what did she know? cancer risk. from floors in so many homes across the country. the cdc says the toxic danger is worse than was first reported. and 106 years old with moves better than most teens. tonight we talked to

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